There's a new neighborhood in NYC, if you didn't know, called the "Empire District." And in this neighborhood there's going to be a new kind of club called a "gastro-lounge." The name of the club is EVR, and it hopes to bring the "artistry back into nightlife" with a "dynamic milieu once thought only to exist Downtown."
Please do take a minute to read this press release that just landed in the Eater inbox:
From the inbox:
Wanted to follow up with you about EVR, a new gastro-lounge scheduled to open next week in the Empire District at 54 West 39th Street.See you there after work.
EVR (Ever) is an all-encompassing, multifunctional gastro-lounge, fusing an industrial chic atmosphere with a high-energy, interactive component. Helmed by business partners Alex Likhtenstein and Ian Magid, EVR marks the duo's first nightlife venture and brings the artistry back into nightlife with a dynamic milieu once thought only to exist Downtown. The 5,000 square-foot, dual level space features two bars, an elevated DJ booth, rotating art installations and entertainment from world-renowned DJs. Additionally, EVR will offer delectable nouveau-American cuisine and a curated cocktail menu from renowned mixologist, Orson Salicetti (Apothéke, Jelsomino New York, Ginza Project USA).
The venue will offer nightly dual concepts comprised of EVR After Work, which will focus on mixology and bespoke cocktails, and EVR After Dark, which will highlight interactive entertainment. EVR After Work will be open from 3PM – 11PM Monday – Friday and EVR After Dark will be open 11PM- 4AM Thursday – Sunday and Tuesday.
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